|Open Call||Received in response to the Call for Papers and reviewed for acceptance.|
|Invited||Requested from well-known authorities. May be reviewed at the discretion of the Program Chair.|
|Solicited or Stimulated||Requested from groups or individuals working in particular areas of interest. May be reviewed at the discretion of the Program Chair.|
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